When I work with people changing their careers, or even just chatting socially with people, so many express the desire to work for themselves. Frequently this is followed by “I’d love to create a business online and work from home.”
This is a career move that is close to my heart, after all I live it every day. But I have, until now, hesitated to recommend it to people because there can be a few speed bumps on the road to online success. I know because I think I’ve hit every one of them over the last eight or nine years!
Now they are highly regarded internet marketers, keynote speakers at major international internet events providing online business education, and reaping the financial benefits of their hard work, their new skills and their ability to deliver online business education in an interesting and understandable way.
I recently met up with them again after all those years. We had kept in touch, and in fact I’d been following their work and learning from them for several years. They traveled to Australia to be the keynote speakers at an internet marketing workshop.
My husband David attended the summit with me and we were both most impressed by their knowledge and their stage style, which is just them being exactly who they are on stage. That is refreshing in an age of youthful success, photoshopping and manufactured images.
We also had a great time catching up socially, with lovely dinners and the occasional glass or two of bubbles! With a common interest in creating a great lifestyle that encompasses lots of travel and embraces some work online to enhance that lifestyle, we had a lot to talk about.